Harvard professor Sarah Elizabeth Lewis raised the ire of some photojournalists by suggesting that there weren’t enough photos of COVID-19-related death to create “mental images” of the breadth of the pandemic and the wake of destruction. In this episode
Congratulations to Barbara Zanon for her Third Place win in CENTER’S Editor’s Choice Award for her project, The daily life of 3 brothers with autism The Choice Awards recognize outstanding photographers working in all processes and subject matter. Images
In November 1963, just months before apartheid in America was finally outlawed, two groups of black photographers based in Harlem came together to form the Kamoinge Workshop. It went on to become the longest-running photography collective in the world. T
Starting Out, January 2020. The migrant caravan leaves Honduras and begins their trek to the Guatemalan-Mexican Border. An estimated 4,000 people left San Pedro Sula on January 15th and walked over 500 miles in a week before being captured and deported. T
Congratulations to Catherine Panebianco for being selected for CENTER’s Project launch Grant recognizing her project, No Memory is Ever Alone . The Project Launch is granted to outstanding photographers working on a fine art series or documentary project
Everything has the right to be put in the picture. This is the “democratic vision” Christian Werner applies to his photographic work. His recently-published photo book brings together well-known faces, anonymous portraits, landscapes, animals and urban spaces.